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Salisbury’s Market still closed a year after fire; preliminary hearing this month

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Posted: Wednesday, October 10, 2012 12:00 am

The fate of an iconic Lodi grocery store still remains unknown nearly a year after the fires that shut it down.

Three owners of the closed Salisbury’s Market will appear at a preliminary hearing this month for a judge to hear their charges of arson, insurance fraud and grand theft.

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1 comment:

  • Jackson Scott posted at 2:06 pm on Wed, Oct 10, 2012.

    Jackson Scott Posts: 386

    "Iconic"?????

    This word, and its root word "icon," are over used in todays society.

    Let's think about Salisbury's Market. It's maybe 30 years old. It's a medium size neighborhood grocery store... in a even small to medium size strip mall.

    What makes this store iconic? It has had three owners. It has no distinguishing architecture. And it's been closed a full year now.

    I'm curious how Sara came up with that specific word to describe this market?

    I wouldn't expect anyone to call Raley's iconic. Maybe back in the day calling Sell Rite (now Apple Mkt) iconic would be acceptable. I'd say we could call the arch, city hall, Carnegie Library-Forum all as iconic buildings in town.

     
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